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The 7 Best Business English Immersion Courses You Can Take Online or in Person


Dive in!

You won’t learn how to swim by sitting on the edge of the pool.

Just like you won’t learn business English by working only in your native language.

Instead, you have to try immersion, or surrounding yourself …

These 8 Email Newsletters Make Business English Practice So Much Easier


Email has survived every social media trend and is still going strong.

The business magazine Fast Company has even called email “the next great media platform,” due to the growing popularity of email newsletters.

Yes, newsletters! And you thought they …

The Business English Index Breakdown: 4 Takeaways That Can Advance Your Career


Information is power.

That’s why you research a company before you arrive for your job interview.

And you collect information about your company’s competitors so you know what you’re up against.

Looking for some information to power up your

How to Prepare for an English MBA Program in 3 Smart Steps


Do you dream of being a CEO of a multinational company?

Do you want to have your own successful start-up?

Are you anxious to climb the corporate ladder?

If you’ve answered yes at least once to those questions, …

Vancouver Bound! Courses to Learn Business English While Living in or Visiting Vancouver


Whatever you love, you can probably find it in Vancouver, Canada.

Skiing? Beaches? Cuisines from all over the world?

Check, check and check.

How about high-quality business English courses?


If you’re visiting, working or living in Vancouver, you …

5 Tips for Business English Socializing Skills That Win Friends and Influence People


I can make small talk when I need to.

But I’m not an extrovert (someone who’s very comfortable in social situations). It took me a long time to build my social skills and I’m still learning.

In my experience, not …

Need Advanced Business English Lessons? Top 10 Sites to Bookmark


Ever heard the English phrase, “the light at the end of the tunnel?”

It means you’re nearing the end of something difficult. You’re almost there.

…Just not quite.

If you’re an advanced business English learner, we’d say that you